Ronda's Dream Center would provide visual therapy for Fairview patients

Dec 10, 2009 --- Ronda lived at Fairview Developmental Center in Costa Mesa for 26 years until she passed away two years ago from complications related to her tuberous sclerosis. She was 42.

In her honor, Ronda's mother Adrianne and younger sister Julia are working to transform a trailer on the Fairview campus to a visual therapy center that will help stimulate patients with positive imagery. With the help of nonprofit Angels Charity, the Cohens have raised $23,670 toward a $175,000 goal to create four-wall projection rooms.

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